From music to sports, to art, games, and fine beverages, there’s no shortage of fun to be had in Chino and Chino Hills this fall. We’ve rounded up some of the best events to add to your calendar. Enjoy the fine weather and take advantage of this opportunity to connect with your friends and neighbors!
Chino Hills Concert Series Music Festival | September 17
The Chino Hills Foundation Music Festival brings many talented performers to Chino Hills on Saturday, September 17. Doors open at 5:00 PM. and the music kicks off at 6:00 PM until 10:00 PM at the Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive. Children under the age of 12 are free, no ticket required.
Performances by: Gerry Ricci, Summer Woods, James Kelly Band, Catatonic, and Papa J & Teraplane Blues Band.
To get the most out of this outdoor concert, bring your low back lawn chairs and a picnic dinner! Beer, wine, drinks, and snacks will be available for cash purchase.
Clean your clubs, practice your putting, and hope for a hole-in-one, because the stray and homeless animals at the Inland Valley Humane Society and SPCA are counting on you to compete in the Annual “Dog Leg Classic” golf tournament. The four-person scramble fundraiser will be held on Monday, September 19th at Western Hills Country Club in Chino Hills.
The Dog Leg Classic is the Humane Society’s second largest fundraiser of the year with all proceeds benefiting the Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA’s essential programs. Play fore the animals in your community!
Women in Art Show | September 22
The Art Committee of the Chino Hills Community Foundation, known as chARTS, has partnered with the City of Chino Hills Community Services Department to display the work of local artists in the lobby at the Chino Hills Community Center. The artists featured for the Women in Art Show include: Elisheva Clodfelter, Blanca Gonzalez, Karen Hardin, Emmanuelle Hidalgo, Mary McCarthy, Merry Rogers, and Sylvia Uthus.
Frosty’s Forest & Pumpkin Patch Grand Opening | September 30
Another season of fun begins at Frosty’s in Chino! Festivities include a four-acre haunted corn maze, a super slide, free photo opportunities, mechanical rides, concessions, carnival games, a swing, and so much more!
Relay for Life | October 1
Relay For Life is the world's largest volunteer-based fundraising event. For more than 36 years, communities across the world have come together to honor and remember loved ones and take action for lifesaving change.
At Relay For Life, you'll find community members taking turns walking around a track lined with luminaria bags. Attendees will have the opportunity to cheer for local survivors (or participate as a survivor) in the first lap of the day. Caregivers of cancer patients (currently or previously diagnosed) will then be invited to join the Survivors. Local entertainers will keep participants energized. As it gets dark, there will be a lighting of the luminaria bags surrounding the track in a memorable luminaria ceremony.
Glow in the Dark Games @ Prado Regional Park | October 7
Get decked out in glow gear and face paint, and prepare to play some competitive and non-competitive glow (in the dark) games! Participants get free glow sticks and face paint at this one-of-a-kind eclectic nighttime event.
Wine Walk | October 8
The 11th Annual Chino Hills Wine Walk will once again provide locals with the opportunity to enjoy great wines, craft breweries, restaurants, and entertainment. The wine walk pass comes with a wine glass, 12 drink tickets, and food bites. Please note: Must be 21 years old or older to attend this event. The event is rain or shine.
High Desert Pinto Horse Show & Miniature Jubilee | October 10
Held at the famed McCoy Equestrian Center, this celebration of spotted horses is free to spectators. Competitions will include classes in Halter, English, Western and Ranch Riding. Food will be catered by Cjontes. There will also be a Miniature Horse competition which includes Miniature Horse jumping and driving competitions for youth and adults.
Kids Night Out | October 28
Kids Night Out is designed for kids ages 6-12. Activities include arts and crafts, group games, and a movie. Each participant will receive a light dinner to enjoy during the event. Limited spacing is available, so be sure to register early!
City of Chino Hills Trick or Treat | October 31
The City of Chino Hills will provide children with a fun and safe environment to go trick-or-treating. Children will participate in a variety of activities, including craft projects, games, and a costume contest. Candy and crafts available while supplies last. For more information, please see the event flyer (PDF). Don't forget to bring your treat bag!
Cars and Coffee | November 6
Cars and Coffee Chino Hills is a super-casual and relaxed event. It features a mix of muscle, hot rods, customs, antiques, and newer vehicles. All types of vehicles are welcome and on display—it doesn’t matter if the car is finished and perfect or a project-in-the-works. Automotive chit-chat is nearly impossible to avoid. This is the place to enjoy the company of fellow auto enthusiasts.
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